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한국 석유화학 외항탱커선 해운기업의 경영효율성 평가에 관한 연구

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dc.contributor.advisor 류동근 -
dc.contributor.author 조인성 -
dc.date.accessioned 2021-01-31T08:40:32Z -
dc.date.available 2021-01-31T08:40:32Z -
dc.date.issued 2020 -
dc.identifier.uri http://repository.kmou.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/12555 -
dc.identifier.uri http://kmou.dcollection.net/common/orgView/200000342291 -
dc.description.abstract Ahead of 2020's, the global shipping economy is still in recession since the 2008 global financial crisis. The global tanker shipping industry is also in recession due to the reduction of consumption and logistics. By the way, the heavy and chemical industry is well developed in Korea. Under the current shipping market conditions, it can be said that a study on the management efficiency evaluation of Korean overseas oil and chemical tanker shipping companies utilizing those favorable Korean industrial systems is necessary to secure their global competitiveness. Thus, the purpose of this Study is for analyzing and evaluating the management efficiency of the Korean overseas oil and chemical tanker shipping companies(called "Companies"). For this Study, it has been reviewed the outline of Companies and collected 20 DMU companies. It has been collected 4 major financial factors of operating cost(OC), sales(S), selling and administrative expenses(SAE), operating revenue(OR) which are noticed in DART and 1 non-financial factor of deadweight ton(DWT) of 20 DMU companies for 3 years from 2016 to 2018. It has been analyzed the management efficiency of 20 DMU by DEA-CCR-I & DEA-BCC-I analysis models of 'DEA-Solver-LV' program including 'SPSS Window(22V)' and 'MS Excel' program with above 5 factors. And then, it has been conducted in-depth interviews with CEO and Directors of the 20 DMU companies so as to evaluate the results and trends, what factors are needed to improve management efficiency for each DMU. The results of analysis in this Study are as follows; First, it has been found that OC in 2018 increased by 15.7%, DWT increased by 15.3%, and the S increased by 3.3%. SAE decreased by 7.6% and OR decreased by 66.7% for which compared to its 2016, as the results of 20 DMU companies were compared and analyzed. Second, as a result of analysing the trend of TE, PTE, SE, it was found that 6 companies of DMU No. 1, 4, 7, 10, 19, and 20 recorded its efficiency of '1' and RTS was ranked as CRS level for 3 years. It can be said that the reliability of the empirical analysis of this study has been proven. Third, it was analyzed that the values of OC, DWT and SAE were negative. In particular, it was found that their inefficiency values of OS and SAE were observed largely, thus it was suggested improving measures to each DMU company. Fourth, with the result of this DEA analysis and in-depth interviews, it has been collected 87.5% of positive responses, and gained another improving measures for management efficiency. The contribution and implication of this Study are as follows; First, it was found that there was almost no study on the management efficiency using the DEA analysis method related to the Korean overseas oil and chemical tanker shipping companies. Second, it was gained improving measures by in-depth interviews with CEO and directors. Third, even though stagnant shipping industry since 2008, it was confirmed the remarkable growth of Companies and ships. Fourth, it is necessary to prepare for the recession of the shipping industry at all times and to systematically manage assets and resources by preemptively responding to crises such as efficient management of assets, reduction of cost expenditures. Also it needs training and investment of experts. The limitation and direction of this Study are as follows; First, it is that the research scope and depth were limited as there were no samples and few previous research data. Second, DEA research technique does not accurately assess the technical relationship to the results of the analyzed data. Third, as Korea's heavy and chemical industry is on a global scale, if many study including DEA research techniques shall be expanded and developed in related industries, it will be help to enhance the generality of future study. Keywords: DEA, DMU, Interview, Management Efficiency, Oil & Chemical Tanker, Petrochemical -
dc.description.tableofcontents 제1장 서론 1 제1절 연구의 배경 및 목적 1 1. 연구의 배경 1 2. 연구의 목적 2 제2절 연구의 방법과 구성 4 제2장 석유화학산업과 탱커선 해운산업의 고찰 6 제1절 석유화학산업의 이해 6 1. 석유화학의 개요 6 2. 석유화학산업 7 3. 셰일오일의 출현과 영향 11 제2절 한국 외항탱커선 해운산업의 이해 13 1. 한국 외항탱커선 해운산업의 현황 13 2. 외항해운기업과 석유화학 외항탱커선사 경영실적 분석 24 제3장 연구방법 및 선행연구 고찰 26 제1절 효율성과 효과성의 개념 26 제2절 DEA 분석기법의 개요 28 1. DEA 분석기법의 개념 28 2. 기술적 효용성 29 3. DEA 분석기법의 모형 33 제3절 선행연구 39 1. 석유화학산업 39 2. 물류‧해운산업 42 3. 기타 46 제4장 실증분석 48 제1절 연구의 설계 48 1. 연구의 대상과 변수 48 2. 자료의 수집과 변환 53 3. 연구의 설계와 모형 59 4. 사례조사의 구성 61 제2절 실증분석 결과 62 1. 변수의 기술통계와 상관관계 분석 62 2. DEA 효율성 실증분석 63 3. 사례조사 분석 86 제5장 결론 102 제1절 연구의 요약 및 결론 102 제2절 연구의 시사점 및 향후 연구방향 107 1. 연구의 시사점 107 2. 향후 연구방향 108 참고문헌 110 [부 록] 116 -
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dc.language kor -
dc.publisher 한국해양대학교 대학원 -
dc.rights 한국해양대학교 논문은 저작권에 의해 보호받습니다. -
dc.title 한국 석유화학 외항탱커선 해운기업의 경영효율성 평가에 관한 연구 -
dc.title.alternative A Study on the Evaluation of Management Efficiency of the Korean Overseas Oil and Chemical Tanker Shipping Companies -
dc.type Dissertation -
dc.date.awarded 2020. 8 -
dc.contributor.alternativeName Cho, In-Seong (DAVID) -
dc.contributor.department 대학원 해운경영학과 -
dc.contributor.affiliation 한국해양대학교 대학원 해운경영학과 -
dc.description.degree Doctor -
dc.identifier.bibliographicCitation 조인성. (2020). 한국 석유화학 외항탱커선 해운기업의 경영효율성 평가에 관한 연구 -
dc.subject.keyword DEA -
dc.subject.keyword DMU -
dc.subject.keyword INTERVIEW -
dc.subject.keyword MANAGEMENT EFFICIENCY -
dc.subject.keyword OIL & CHEMICAL TANKER -
dc.subject.keyword PETROCHEMICAL -
dc.identifier.holdings 000000001979▲200000001758▲200000342291▲ -
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